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This IS your 1950 YAMACRAW. The staff has tried to present a picture 
of studcrnt life as it is lived under the philosophy of the school. hHere we 
see the successful effort to resolve the conflict which dominates con- 
temporary life, the conflict between material and spiritual forces. 

The Oglethorpe Famiily, in its day to day existence, is proof that the 
most successful education is that in which the student is taught to live 
happily with himself and usefully as neighbor, friend, and citizen. These 
are the men and women who will dare greatly because of vision, and, 
having knowledge, will achieve. 



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Under our approach to educa- 
tion, the instructor is more than a 
teacher; he is also a friend and 
counsellor. 




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PRESIDENT 





GEORGE SEWARD, lice Preiidt-nt 



MAR'I'HA POPE HROWN, Fuld R,f>r,-se„u,tiv, 



FLOYD MORGAN', ComptroUer 




ELlZABE'l'H STEPHENS, Rn/istmr 
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RUTH LOVELL, Cnshier 
BERNICE HILLIARD, House Mother 



CAROL TUCKER, Binsm- 

MARGARET NORRIS, Secretary 



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SUE H. MOSS, Lihrarian 

DELLA DICKENS, Dietitian 



ACKIE SCARHOROl'CJH, .hsistiuit Lil»ari<iii 
MARION SHAW, Assistant Dietitian 




WENDELL H. HROWX, Chmnna,, 

STANLEY DAUGERT 

JOHN GOLDTHWArr 

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A student must learn what great minds have 
thought of life, the moral no less than the ma- 
terial, and the fact that these two are one, stem- 
ming from the same creation. 



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A successful iiatKin must have a citizenry cap- 
able of judging its own affairs, of developing 
wise and patriotic leadership, and providing 
direction to the policies of its public servants. 




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M. CECIL PADGETT, Chu 



GERTRUDE EHRLICH 



ROY i\. GOSLIX, CJu 



A student must qualify himself 
to understand common business 
practices and principles, and also 
be aware of the human responsibil- 
ity ol" business. 



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Science must develop ingenuity 
and the will to delve beneath ap- 
pearances, to forswear unsup- 
ported opinion, and to rest nothing 
short of exact and complete infor- 
mation. 




CHARLES RICE 



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AR'I'IHR [,. COHEN 




LOIS WILLLA.MSON 



JOHN KELLEY 



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The student citizen must be provided 
with an outlet for his sense of social re- 
sponsibility. 



CHARLES M. MacCON N ELL, Chairman 



RICHARD RESER 



JAMES O. BUSH 





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The study of Fine Arts is not an educa- 
tional luxury, but an activity that gives 
emphatic expression to all that makes life 
worthwhile. 




R. CRAWI'ORl) Ll\IN(iSTON, CUaimu,,, 



HARRY DOHSON 



RO^C'F, W. JANSZKN 




JERROLD QUIN 

Prciltlciit 



JOHN FISHER 

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DORY STRAUSS 

Fieshtiian Representative 



MURIEL LEWIS 

Sophomore Representative 





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JOHN TACKABKRRV 

Junior Representative 



J. E. P. SMITH ! 

Senior Representative 



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These are the members of the 
Oglethorpe Family. Some are 
leaving, regretfully, while others 
have pleasant years ahead. 




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Edward Hr^son, Jr. 

Frf sill cut 

Walter Slack 

T ice President 

Rose Mary Olliff 

Secretary 

Marion Lockleer 

Treasurer 






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On these men and women rest the responsibility for 
making the Oglethorpe Plan a vital force in commun- 
ity life. 



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Thomas ^V. Aioi.a 
Atlanta, ( leurt^ia 



James E. Baker 

Atlanta, Cjeorijia 



Louise W. Bassett 
Decatur, Georgia 



Louie Cassels Bowen 
Atlanta, Georgia 




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John Amico 

New "^Ork, New York 



Hunter J. Bassett 
Decatur, Geor<iia 



Micheil C. Bishop, Jr. 

Atlanta, Georgia 



William R. Brows 
Dillard, Georgia 



Kd«ard Rr\ si)\, Jr 
Atlanta, fieortria 



Alice Callaway 
Atlanta, CJeorsjia 



Ronald Colby 

Wciminiere, L. 1., New York 



Elizabeth B. Collins 
Atlanta, Georgia 



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Gordon C. Hynlm 

Cedar Springs, Georgia 



Kenneth L. Christy 
Atlanta, Georgia 



Sanford Colby 

Woodmere, L. 1., New York 



Pat Communale 

New York, New York 



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Lawrench I). Cook, Jr. 
Atlanta, Georgia 



.Marth \ Jo Cra\-en's 
Atlanta, Geortria 



Albert H. Drake 

New Hedtdrti, Massachusetts 



Margaret A. Exerett 
Atlanta, Georgia 




Ai 1 AWAV Cox 
Atlant.i, ( ieorgia 



H \Roi.D Crowe 
Atlanta, Georfjia 



Robert L. Ellis 

Chattanooga, Tennessee 



\'incent Faroaxe 
New ^ ork, New ^'ork 



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Jewel Fisher 

BroiikKn, New ^'tirk 



J.A.VE E. Galler 

Hoboken, New Jerse\- 



Dean S. Haggert^-, Jr. 
Sussex, Ne\\' Jerse\ 



DiAXE O. HiMMER 

Mountain Lakes, New Jersey 



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John .M. Flamgex, Jr. 
Atlanta, Georgia 



FLiTiD Greer 
Atlanta, Georgia 



Stuart Herman 

Englewood, New Jersey 



Samuel M. Hirsch, Jr. 
Atlanta, Georgia 



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Clare Isanholr 
Atlanta, Cieorii"ia 



Anne E. Knudsen 

Atlanta. Geortria 



Rose Marv Oei.iff 
Waycross, Georujia 



Jay Olxick 

New \'ork, New York 




A. Z. Johnson' 
Tucker, Cjeorj/ia 



Marion Lockleer 
Sea Island, Cjeorifia 



William M \rsiiali. Oli.iff 
\Va\cross, Geor":ia 



.Marguerite Pearson 
Evanston, Illinois 



James R. Phillips 
Atlanta, Georgia 



Ernest Procalo 

East Rutherford, New Jerse\ 



Bert Robinson 
Juniper, Georgia 



George E. Scott 
Atlanta, Georgia 




Veri.yn' V. Prewitt 
Dallas, Georifia 



JlIRROI.D J. QuiN 

Staten Island, New York 



Donald Scarboro 
Dublin, Georgia 



Paul Sheppard 
Atlanta, Georgia 



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^VALTI£R Slack 

Lanibertville, New Ierse\ 



Pal 1. M. Smith, Jr 
Atlanta, Georgia 



JoK Brvax Stanaland, Jr 
Atlanta, Georgia 



riRGIL E. TrITT 

Atlanta, Georgia 

Richard R. Waldron 
Atlanta, Georgia 




UN E. P. Smith 
Hackensack, New Jersey 



R()\ E. SpiiiR 

East Point, Georgia 



Eari.e Ta^t.or 
LaGrange, Georgia 



Tl'ran T \rik ^"dlac 
Istanbul, Turkey 




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John Hall 
President 

John Amico 
Vice President 

Betty Hogan 

Secretary 

Bleecker Totten 
Treasurer 



The JuHht ClaM 

These arc tlie fortunate ones, \\'ho are mid-way in 



their college life. 



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Ann Adams 

Atlanta, Georijia 

H. C. Atchison 
Browns. Alabama 

Beverl-^ Harris Bechtel 
Atlanta, Georgia 



Bronston D. Cass 
Atlanta, Georfjia 

AlVIN J. Cl RKIN 

Middle town, Connecticut 

Dorothy F. Daniel 
Marietta, Geor";ia 



Alan Dickson 
Evanston, Illinois 

Ben Doar 

Atlanta, Georjjia 

Jerome C. Elliott, Jr. 
Atlanta, Georj^ia 



Gertrude S. Fink 


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Douglas Forbes 


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Ernest L. Gaines 
Brookhaven, Georgia 

Deloris Graham 
Atlanta, Georgia 

John Wvlie Hall 

Saddle River, New Jersey 



Julie Hartrampf 
Atlanta, Georgia 

Betty Ann Hogan 

Lake Mohawk, New Jersey 

Larry Knapp 

Manchester, Vermojit 



JdRDON Le\'inson 

Woodmere, New ^'ork 

Irwin Lewis 

New Rochelle, New York 

Betty Little 
Atlanta, Georgia 



DoNOLD C. MacNeil 

Middletown, Connecticut 

Martha Zachry ALayson 
Atlanta, Georgia 

15 EN F. Moore 

Atlanta, Georgia 




Harold L. McKay 
Tanipa, Florida 

B(iR Owen 

Cartersx'ille, Gt'orijia 



am: Ram) 
Atlanta, Georiria 



Charles W. Revxer 

Columbia, South Carolina 

Tom Ronan 

Marietta, Georj^ia 

Otto Shiver 

Hastinsis. Florida 



nA\iD M. Smith 

Radburn, New Jerse\ 



John- P. Tackaberrv 
Allendale, New Jerse\' 



Bi.eecker Totten 
Allendale, New Terse\' 




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Damel L. L'i-fner, Ir 
Atlanta, Georgia 



Alan \'ax Gelder 
Sussex, New Jersey 



Mary Louise Watkfxs 
Atlanta, Georgia 



William H. Williamsox, Jr. 
Atlanta, Georgia 



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fke ^^phfittfi-e Claii 

A little higher than Freshmen, not yet attaining to the 
dignity of upper classmen, these are preparing for lead- 
ership. 



Fred Agel 
Vresident 

Jack White 
/ ice President 

Caroline Drawdy 
Secretary 

Melaine Mickow 
Treasurer 



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J. Frederick Agel 
Atlanta, Georgia 

S.ALLV Al.l.EN 

Atlanta, Georgia 

Milton Hauman 

Long branch. New Jersex 



Ira G. Bottoms 
Norcross. Georgia 

Albert F. Burns 
Brooklyn, New \ ork 



Oathie a. Bvram 
Atlanta, Georgia 



Stephen D. CoinE 
Newton, Massachusetts 



Bill Cole 

Alban\ , New "^'ork 

Jeanne Connors 

Atlanta, Georgia 



Jane Cowart 

Arlington, Georgia 

Fred Darden 

Lake Orion, Michigan 

Rlssell J. Deevy 

Rockville Center, L. 1., N. ^ 




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N'axcy a. Downs 
Atlanta, Georgia 



Caroline Drawdv 

Walterboro. South Carolina 



Ronald J. Dunn 

Turtle Point. Penns\lvania 



Joanne Gauss 

Evanston, Illinois 



Jacquelyn Haas 
Rochester, New York 



James E. Henderson 
Silver Sprinu;s, Florida 



Rosemary Hartrampf 
Atlanta, Georgia 



Gloria Hogan 
Atlanta, Georgia 

Jean Horton 
Miami, Florida 

Tom Hull 

Atlanta, Georgia 



L. Myron Johnson 
Dunwoody, Georgia 

Colquitt Joiner 
Atlanta, Georgia 

James W. Koontz 
Atlanta, Georgia 



Muriel Lewis 
Atlanta, Georgia 



Lawrence Lippman, Jr. 
Jacksonville, Florida 



JuD Lively 

Atlanta, Geortria 





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Dorothy Maulding 
Powder Springs, Georgia 



M ELAINE MiCKOW 

Chicago, Illinois 



Bob Moskowitz Joyce Myers 

Mount Vernon, New York Morton, Mississippi 



J. H.D. McBiTATu 

Atlanta, Georj^ia 

R. W. McEi.i.KN 

W. EnKlevvooil, New Jcr-c\ 



Adeline O'Mai.lev 
Wilmette, Illinois 



Joseph T. 0\ riox 
Atlanta, (jeorffia 



Marvin R. Packer 

Woodside, L. I., New \ drk 



AIarnin J. Palmer 

Aliddletciwn, Connecticut 



Jean Robertson 
Norcross, Geiirtria 



John W. Rln^on 
Sussex, New Jersey 



Charles F. Scarrai i , 1 1 1 
Atlanta, Georj^ia 



Virginia Scott 
Decatur, Georcfia 



Marjorie Smith 
Port St. Joe, Florida 



Nancv Speicher 
Evanston, Illinois 



Jane Wells 

Atlanta, Georgia 



Wallace White 
Pensacola, Florida 



Jack White 

Atlanta, Georjjia 



ToNi White 

Greencastle, Indiana 



Frank C. Williams 

Sprinjjfield, Massachusetts 

Victoria Wright 
Atlanta, Georgia 





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Don Ferry 
Presidi'iit 

Betty Watkins 
J ice President 

Bett\- Brumbelow 
Setrttary 

Dick Holmberg 
treasurer 



The ^teAi/na^ ClaM 



And here are the new members of the Family . 



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Joseph Almond 
Gladys, \'irfjinia 

D.WID Al.l'HRT 

l^rookK n, New \ ork 

Norman J. Arnold 

Columbia, South Carolina 



Jamus AvAR>, Jr. 
Atlanta, Georjjia 

Kit Barnes 

Atlanta, Georgia 

Edmund Alexander Hator 
New Bedford, Massachusetts 



Betty Faye Bru.mbelow 
Atlanta, Georgia 

Charles Carroll 

Atlanta, Georgia 

John Cooley 

Sparta, New Jersey 



Warren Debes 

Westwood, New Jerse\ 

Ruth Elder 

Atlanta, Georgia 

Dud Engelsen 

Lake Alcjhawk, New Jerse\' 



Donald R. Ferr^' 

South Orange, New Jersey 

David Fischer 
Dallas, Texas 

Sheldon Fleitmax 
Brookhn, New "\'ork 




JOCELYN R. FuREY 

Atlanta, Georgia 

Carolyn Hartley 
Skokie, Illinois 

Joan Hoffstetter 

Evanston, Illinois 




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Richard Hoi.mberg 
Totuvva, New Jersey 

Philip Hover 

Ridf^evvood, New Jersey 

Herb Kassoff 

Forest Hill, New ^'or 



GEORta-: Kast 

New ^'ork, New York 

Barbara Kessler 

Atlanta, Georj^ia 

Evelyn S. Lancs 

New '^ ork. New ^ ork 



Helene Butler Leai'Trott 
Marietta, Ge()ri;;ia 

Betty Anne Linhart 
Tampa, Florida 

Ben Lord 

Middletown, Connecticut 



Shirley D. Myers 
Atlanta, Georgia 

Cynthia McCo^- 

Birmingham, Alabama 

Marianne McWilliams 
Nashville, Tennessee 

Dorothy Newton 
Atlanta, Georgia 




Marian W. Marcus 

Far Rockawa\ , L. 1., New 'l oi 

Ben May, Jr. 
R'lobile, Alabama 

Charles W. Merritt 
Thumasville, Geori;' 



Richard Miller 

Allenhurst, New Jersey 

Thomas Moffa 

New York, New "I'ork 

Thomas G. Morris 
Tucker, Georgia 



Sophia Peturs 

Ha\alhii;ala, Ict'huu: 

Norma I'i.ktt 

Manhasset. New ^ ork 

MaR\IN "Rl ST'i" I'OSNKR 

Urocikh 11, New \ (irk 



Louis Rosswaac 
Atlanta, Georgia 



Phoebe Sperling 

Pickens, Smith Carnlina 



Robert Stanley 
■^'onkers, New Yor 



Charles Stone, Jr. 
Millhurn, Newjerse\ 

Dory Strauss 

Highland Park, lllin.n 

Stephen H. Stremmel 
Evanstim, Illinois 



Robert Wells 
Atlanta, Georgia 

Merritt Wetzel 
Atlanta, Georgia 

Don Williams 
Atlanta, Georgia 

Alan Wolsky 

Brooklyn, New York 




Ed Sturdivant 

Atlanta, Georgia 

Janice Sutter 
Norcross, Georgia 

Laird Terhune 
Nutley, New Jersey 



Ruth Terry 

^Marietta, Georgia 

Elizabeth Watkins 
Atlanta, Georgia 

Elisabeth Weimann 

Vienna, Austria 



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HoiKirs are recognition for service to 
the student community, and imply double 
responsibility for those who are chosen. 




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CLARE ISANHOUR 

Stormy Petrel '48, '49, '50; Yamacraw '48, '49; 

Duchess Cluh '49, President '50 ; President Girls' 

I)a\- Students '50; Honor Committee '50. 



WILLIAM OLLIFF 

LeConte Societ\ '48, '49, President '50; Student 

Assistant in Physics '49, '50; Boars Head Fraternit\- 

'50; Freshman Chemistry Award '50; Lord Ofjle- 

thorpe '50. 




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ALICE CALLA^VA^■ 

Chorum. '47-'4'5; Stornn Petrel '48, Associate P'lli- 
tor '44 ; \\\M \CR AW '49, '^n : Duchess Club '4^, 'S(l ; 
Treasurer Girls Dunn '^0; Secretary Student Hdiiy 
'50; Lord and Lad\ Ojjlethorpe Court '50. 



PAT COMMLNALE 

Chairman Black and White Dance Committee '47 ; 
Boars Head Fraternity '49, '50; Student Council 
'49; Stormy Petrel '49; Yamacraw Business Staff 
'49; Business Club '49; I51ue Ke\ Fraternitv '49, '50. 




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Bob Ellis 
President 



J. E. P. Smith 
/ ice President 





Bleecker Totten 
Secretar^'-Treasurer 



Slue Heif Vatmat HpHct ^tatemtif 

Selection tDr membership identifies a man as one of ability, good 
character, aiui possessed of qualities of leadership and the confidence 
of his fellow students. 






Edgar Vallette 

Faculty Adviser 



Walter Slack 
Aliiiiini Secretary 



Edward Bryson, Jr. 
Corresponding Secretary 



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Jamks K. Haki-.k 



San ioru R. C'hib'i 



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\'lNCEXT FaRAOXE 



John R. Fisher 



loiiN" (iol.DTHW ait 



Fi.o'SD ( JRi' i:r 




Dean S. Haggerty 



Sam M. Hirsch, Jr. 



Jon B. Stanalaxd 



Ernest Procalo 



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Ann Adams 



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IJett'i' Hogan 




An Nil Kn uusen 



Martha Ma^son 



RostMAR'i Olliff 



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Louise Watkins 



The Duchess Club, Oglethorpe's honor society for women, bases 
membership on high academic average and extra curricular activi- 
ties. Their attitude must be that of a cooperative nature and a will- 
ingness to be of assistance whenever and wherever possible. 



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Jewel Fisher 
Treasurer 



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Faculty Members 
Edgar Vallette John Goldthwait 



Edward Brvsox, President 

Bob L. Ellis, Secretary-Treasurer 

Bert Robinson, Fice President 



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The Boar's Head Honorary Fraternity 
was founded at Oglethorpe in January, 
1920. The title is taken from the coat of 
arms of Oglethorpe University, the Boar's 
head being a prominent part of the es- 
cutcheon. 

Membership is based on high academic 
average, participation in campus activi- 
ties, and qualities of leadership. 




BLEEt'KliR 'l"()l TI':N '1"]1(1M.\S K(1\ W (IiiRDOX IhvuM 




|i;rr()i.» (Jlix }fins E. P. Smith Edwix 1-!aki;r 





William Olliff John Hall William Brown 



Joseph Stanaland Dean Haggertv George Scott 




William ( )llii- i- 
President 



.\l.\Kli)N LoCKLEliR 

J ice President 



Anne Knudsen 
Secretary 




Louise AV^atkixs 
Correspijiiilinii Sei rctiiri 



Hkn Doar 
Treasurer 




Charles Rice 



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Roy GosLiN Lois Williamson 
Arthur Cohen 



John Kelly Cjertrude Erhlich 

Bernice Milliard 




Harold McKa-i 



Rose Marv Olliif 



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Named in honor of a distinii;uished scientist who was 
a faculty member of old Oglethorpe, this society gives 
recognition to scholastic leaders in the Science Depart- 
ment. 



TURAN YOLAC 



Ai.AX \'ax Gei.der 



foHN AmICO 




Allan Dicksox 

To\l AlOL A 




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Organizations are the groups 
which give interest to the daily 
routine, providing an outlet for 
talent and expression of interests. 




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Lanf^s, Hinimer, Erhlich, Bechtel, Downs, Fure\'; Second roiv : Mayson, Haas, Lewis, 

Cowart, Robertson, Sutter, Everett; Tliiril roiv : Fischer, Deevy, Fisher, Uffner, 

Slack, Cook, Hall, Ferr\', and Tanszen. 



Chctai ^ccietif 

The chorus has fun singing just for the pleasure of 
singing, and in doing so provides entertainment for the 
student body and the public. 




RoYCE Jaxszen, Director 
Edward BrysOiV, Accompanist 



Chapei Ccmntittee 




1 1 L N 1 l.R I5assett, ('.iKliirilini 

((iH\ Fl.anigkx Kennkth Christy- 



Jewel Fisher AiLEEx Hldgens 

Ro-s'CF T\vs/FN' Ira Bottoms 




The Chapel Committee bases its 
activities on a belief that relit;;! on is 
an intet^^ral part of the Oglethorpe 
Plan. A non-sectarian group, com- 
posed of students and faculty, the 
Committee sponsors the weekly 
Chapel Service, which is designed 
to present the views of all dififerent 
religious faiths. In this way the 
student is encouraged to choose his 
wav of life with God. 



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The ^pcial Cmtnittee 




Bt\ hRi.Y HhcHTKi. Ji;rk'i Ei.i.ioi 1 DoTTii: l)\\ii;i, 

[oHx Hai.i, HiiTTi' Hogax Louise AVatrixs 



The Social Committee has the 
sometimes hectic task of arranging 
those pleasant occasions which are 
a welcome break in our yearly 
routine. 



Marguerite Pearsox, Chairman 
Walter Slack, Business Manager 




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7he O^lethctpe Plai^etA 




Diane Himmer, President 

Julie Hartrampf 

J. E. P. Smith 



Ge()R(;e Scott, l"ne President Axx Adams, Seeretary 

JaxeCowart Rosemary' Hartrampf 

Jeanne CoNxERS John Cjoldthwait 



\Vendei.I, I^RDW N, Direrlor 

jocel^n furev 

Al Burns 



The Oglethorpe Players, our dramatic group, pro- 
vides eagerly awaited entertainment and gives practical 
experience to those interested in dramatic art. 



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Friid Daruex, Prisident: Axx Adams, Stcntary : 
Sti;\i; C(iinE, / ;Vc Pifsidciit : Tom Whi'IK, 'I'nasi/rir. 



The Gun Club is aiKither of those interests which 
gives zest to our college life. I n addition to the ordinary 
activities of its members, club membership in the Na- 
tional RiHe Association gives chance for inter-collegiate 
competition. 



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Milton B A CM A.N Wall-i Whue 



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The I'll hi ic Relations 
CDinniittee gives practical 
experience to those who 
plan to enter this field of 
work, and also performs a 
valuable service to the Uni- 
versitv. 




Jerr'i Ql in 

Shirley Meyers, Secninry 

Steve Ci)in1§, CJiairrniiii 



public (^elat'mA 




Dan HAU.K'i', .Idvis'ir 

John Cooley, Walter Slack, Jackie Haas, Gordon Bynum, 

Larry Lippman, Harold McKay, Jane Cowart. 



Melaine MicKow Bob Owen Nanc\ Si'hicher 




Deloris Graham .Muriel Lewis, Make-up Editor 

Jeanne Conners Dorothy AIaulding 





THE STOIW PEML 



So that ice may better understand ourselves, our friends and 
the things about us, tee devote our time, patience and energy. 




Marian ;\Iarcus John Hall David Alperi 



Jewel Fisher Jane Cowart Dot Daniel, News Edito 



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Hill Brown, Busiiwis Man 



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Caroline Drawdy, Feature Editi. 
Jack Fisher, Editorial E.dit'ir 



The Stormy Petrel is the vocal unit of the student 
body, presenting the views of both students and faculty 
in an unbiased manner. It is a valuable aid in building 
friendship among the students and promotes a Hner 
spirit of loyalty to Oglethorpe. 



Tom Roxan, Sports Elditor 





Jane Gaikr, Ed Bryson, Literary Editors 



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Since wc can think of nothing to say for 
this distinguished group, we will give a "list 
of the Kings of Israel". 



Kit Barnes, Ton! White, Larry Lippman, 
Jerry Elliott, Carolyn Hartley 



Diane Himmer, John Flanigcn. Al Burns, 
Marguerite Pearson 




Marvin Posner, Albert Drake, 
Photographers 



L. D. Cook, Jr. 
Business Mini at/ cr 



Jim Henderson' 
Eari.e Taylor 




Mickey Bishop 
J. E. P. Smith 



Deloris Graham 
Beverly Bechtel 
Marian Marcus 



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These paid for the book — and their efforts 
are greatly appreciated. 



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Traditions are recognition that 
certain events of our common life 
are worthy of being handed down. 



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Pride in our sports gives us loyalty to 
the University, a strong bond of friend- 
ship among ourselves, and a sense of 
achievement in handicaps overcome. 




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Ill memory of David Hcssc, whose friendliness endeared him to 
all who knew him, and whose willing cooperation represented the 
best spirit of the University. 



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where everyone knows everyone 
else, and knows them well. 




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It's a plane. . . ." Second row : 
Waiting for the mother bird ' 
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BROOKHAVEN SUPPLY 
COMPANY 

3985 Peachtree Road 

Corner Decatur Road 
CHerokee 9422— 9423 



Brookhaven 



Georgia 



A man in love has his head in the clouds 
and is filled with romantic thoufjhts. 

But, for the moment, let's get down to 
earth and discuss the matter; without its 
romantic aspect for your own sake. 

Our low overhead . . . our personal rep- 
resentatives in the foreign diamond markets 
. . . our advantageous position in settling 
estates and loan foreclosures . . . plus the 
combined busing power of our wholesale 
and retail divisions enable us to sell you fine 
jewelry at prices from 20 to 40% less than 
the average retail jewelry store. 

We have saved our customers more than 
$250,000 in the past four years. 

Your inspection, comparison and patron- 
age will be appreciated. 

GEORGIA 
DIAMOND MERCHANTS 

305 Healey Bldg. 
Lawrence Hol/.m.an, Pres. 

9:30to6, Mon.— Sat. 



C o m p I I HI e n t s 



of 



DeKALB NATIONAL BANK 



4050 Pe.achtree Road 



Brookhaven 



Georgia 



In 


all the South 


there 


is no other men's 


store 


quite 


like JarreU's. 
Come in often 




browse around . . . 


have 


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Broad at 


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Atlanta 



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GREAT CARS 



Fine Service 



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A Square Deal 

PLYMOUTH 




The Car Designed 

With You in Mind 

Lets You Drive Without Shifting 




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MOTOR COMPANY IN& 



DISTRIBUTORS 



SPRING AND EIGHTH ST., N.W. 



ATLANTA, GEORGIA 




Phone WA. 9985 

DUGGAN 
OPTICAL COMPANY 

Optometrists 

and 

Opticians 

221 Mitchell StreeTj S. W. 
Atlanta 3, Georgia 



C'j/iifili"ifiits 
of 

ED CHANDLER 

Class of '49 



AJAX CLEANERS 

' ) our A fii/liliorliood (Jli'riiiers' 

3993-5 Peachtree Road 

Phone CHerokee 5109 

BROOKHAVEN 

Waterproofing 



DCDI All ^■^^'" Ouaranleed 
DCIxLUU MOTHPROOF 



BRUCE TERMINEX 
COMPANY 




1101 Spring St., N. W. 



VE. 7746 



Enjoy 



yeJtc 



iiW Roswell Road 



It's Good 

1695 Peachtree Road 



ConipL'te PEST CONTROL 
Bonded TERMITE CONTROL 

Since ]901 



EIM.4545 
591 Peachtree Street 



C III /> I i rii e n t s 


of 


VOCALiS INC. 


79 Forsyth Street, N. W. 


James C. Vocalis 


Class of '43 



100 



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TRAOCMARK 



Fiillv cominccd li\ iKiiuil Ifst iliai Moore's is ilic fmcsi 



tiualiiv and most delicious ILnor ol am Ice Ciieam on ilu 



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Moore's Ice Cream at ALL. TIMES in oui' caleieria. 




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C in p I i in e n t s 
of a 

FRIEND 



ATLANTA GROCERY 


COMPANY 




14S Piedmont Avenue 




Atlanta W A. 


qqso 



C rn p I I III e II t s 




of 




INDEPENDENT 




TOWEL AND LINEN 


SERVICE 




511 Kim Street, N. W. 




Atlanta, Ga. LA. 


0362 



NORTH SIDE PHARMACY, 
INC. 

"Marvin Roberts — 

Your North Siilf Driiiji/ist" 

CH. 4+76 

\Velc()mes the fine students of 

Ojj;lethorpe to refresh 

with us. 

3465 Peachtree Road, N. E. 
Atlanta, Georgla 



Serve 
Coke at home 




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M. C. BISHOP, Vice President 



Crjnifiliriifnts 
of 

THE MEN'S SHOP 

3047 Peachtree Road 
CH.3163 



Coniplinit'iiti 
of 

THE DETTLEBACH CHEMICAL 
CORPORATION 

5045 Peachtree Road 
Atlanta, Ga. 



Compliments 



to 



FACULTY AND STUDENTS 



ABRAHAM'S DELICATESSEN 



Telephone Cherokee 6701 

BROOKHAVEN PHARMACY 

COLBERT & WEATHERSBY 

4003 Peachtree Road 
Brookhaven, Ga. 



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Favorite 


cthorpe 
Eatiiui 


Place 




Dcli'\eries made on 
sufficient orders 


3t)S2 


Peachtree 


Road 


Brookhaven 





D. E. PINKARD 






Garmkxt 


Cleaners 




Cleaninfi;, Pressing 


Repairing, Dyeir 


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If here the C.h 


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Is Re. 


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Plant 


and Office 


(Huckhe 


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3112 


Peachtree Rd. 


Phone CH. 2 


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BURKE MOTOR CO. 




3167 


Pcaclitree Road 
Exchantre 1551 



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PEACHTREE ROAD 




PHARMACY 




BROOKHAVEN 




CHerokee 8416 




Motor Delivery 




S e r \' i c e 


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■escri plions Are Our Specialty 



(j ffi p i I ni t' u t s 
of 

BOOMERSHINE MOTORS 

Your PoNTIAC Dealer 

for 21 Years 



42'i Sprixc, Sireet 



Atlanta 



Insured Savings 
Home loans 

Peachtree Federal Savings 
and Loan Association 

3045 Peachtree Road, N. E. 
Exchange 1511 Atlanta 5, Georgia 



(jOinplniients 
of 

PIERCE'S GARAGE 

4056 Peachtree Road 
CH. 4727 Brookhaven 



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WALTER J. PENNY, Inc. 



SU96 Roswcll Road, Buckhead 



CH.4U61 



FINE DRESS FABRICS 



I.MPORTKI) TRIMMINGS— McCALL PATTERNS 



ALL OL YOUR SEfflXG XEEDS 




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Com pi I me Ills 



of 



LAWRENCE D. COOK INSUSIANCE AGENCY, INC. 



609 Henrv Grady Building 



Atlanta, Georgia 



iUS 



HARRY SOMMERS 



25 Years Your Chrysler Dealer 

Summer's service is better .... 

.... COSTS NO MORE ! 



Spring Street at Hlxxicltt 



Tel. cypress 4611 



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Co/nplirncnts of 



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SHOE SERVICE 












STEP AHEAD 










ALL 


KINDS 


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REPAIRING 




3082 


ROSWELL 


Road 




Atlanta 


(Buckhead) 






L. L. GUFFIN, Prop 









^J-)i6tinctiue pkotoarapkd . . . 

. . . for diicdmlnatma people 




1043 W. PEACHTREE ST.. N. E., ATL.-VNTA. GA. 



TELEPHONE VERNON 2225 



Cointantly Trying to Serve 

You 

THE BEST FOOD 

BROOKHAVEN RESTAURANT 

CH. 9222 

4109 Peachtree Road 




THE YAMACRAW STAFF 

■wishes to thank all of the students, faculty, and 

friends of the school iiho have helped in making 

this yearbook possible. 









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Peachtree Road at Oglethorpe 
CHerokee 6960